2013's State of the Edit

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TV Technology's Jay Ankeney talks to several NLE representatives to compile his annual State of the Edit.

Says Adobe's Al Mooney, "It’s fascinating to see how mobile apps like Vine and FrameBlast are making people think differently about how they communicate causing more people than ever to consider what it means to edit video creatively. If this makes more people want to become filmmakers, then that’s tremendously exciting. At the other end of the spectrum, 4K production is becoming the norm. It was incredible to note how many Sundance films were shot on 4K, and with more cinemas projecting 4K and the onslaught of consumer 4KTV sets, this will only get bigger. That, coupled with other blossoming technologies like HDR and HFR, offers creative people a richer palette than ever before.”

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